Marilyn Singleton: We dread the day when “algo-medicine” devoid of human emotion, intuition, or instinct will say Sell! (to the mortician) when the patient hits 70? Buy! if the baby has no problems discerned on prenatal ultrasound?
Dr. G. Kevin Smith: Not only is “coverage” not equivalent to “care,” “coverage” can and many times does create a barrier to care.
Dr. Marilyn Singleton: The Affordable Care Act produced an unrecognizable version of insurance. The ACA and its health care reform progeny must go.
Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum discusses the Graham-Cassidy Bill with Shane Vander Hart. He says it will effectively repeal and replace Obamacare.
G. Keith Smith, M.D.: Americans perceive the contempt that elites have for those on whom they would inflict medical care they would never stand for themselves.
On Caffeinated Thoughts Radio, Shane Vander Hart discussed the Senate reform bill with Chris Jacobs, and then discussed a big decision in the Supreme Court.
Dr. Marilyn Singleton: Let’s hope California’s legislators realize that losing the hallmarks of good medicine is not worth of cost of free single payer.
Alieta Eck, MD: Unlike the unalienable rights listed in our Declaration of Independence, a right to “health care” is not self-evident.
U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) discussed Wednesday’s shooting attack on members of Congress, health care reform, and Russia with Iowa media.
David Young: It is simply wrong to take money out of the pockets of hardworking Iowans who live in those health care desert counties as a penalty for not having insurance.
Kristin Held: Republicans must honor their word to repeal Obamacare not retain its inherent flaws while upping premiums and creating a new subsidy.
Brian Myers and Joel Kurtinitis discuss health care reform with Dr. Lee Hieb and talk with former 60s Rock-n-Roll sensation Pete Klindt on CT Radio.
Brian Myers offers his thoughts on the collapse of the House Republican plan to replace Obamacare last week and its aftermath.
U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-NE): “We Americans believe in freedom. Of speech. Of religion. Why not in health care too? Freedom is powerful.”
Congressman David Young: together we can work towards breakthroughs for patients and their families and bring medical innovation into the 21st century.
U.S. Senators Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) and Congressman David Young (R-Iowa) responded to news of Obamacare plan rate hikes.